The newest addition to Kravet Fabric is this earthy and vibrant collection of bohemian and morocco inspired textiles. Gathering from local and off shore locations, this unique curation of prints can find a soft spot in anybody’s home. Some strong focal points of the collection include clay tones such as brick, bronze, and touches of sand stone. The patterns and motifs all fall within a similar umbrella of trends and styles that make for excellent pairing and matching of fabrics. We’re going to dive into the different textiles of this collection regarding their style and use.
The newest addition to Designers Guild Wallpaper is The Edit – Flowers Wallpaper Volume 1, a vast collection of botanical and nature inspired wallcoverings. Using their water colour inspired style and soft neutrals mixed with muted jewel tones, they have perfected the artistry of floral wallpapers. We’re going to be dissecting all these brand new wallpaper, you can click on any of the swatches of a pattern that peaks your interest to learn more or get an order started. Let’s dive in.
The newest addition to Lee Jofa Fabric from Suzanne Kasler takes you into the Côte d’Azur. Imagine you are touring the gorgeous French coastal plains, the lights, the culture, the cabaret bar, fine wine, and dining. This collection takes you there with it’s nods to the culture and color schemes found abroad. The bliss of beach living are notable within this collection’s patterns and soft coloring. We’re going to be going over all the patterns and color ways of this Lee Jofa showcase, if you need more information click on any of the swatches or just give us a call. Let’s dive in.
Clarence House Fabric has released a new Jean Monro fabric showcase: the Ramm, Son and Crocker collection. If you’re seeking new spirited flower inspired prints, you’re in luck! The RS&C Collection utilizes bright and joyful colors of spring such as a wide range of rose and blush tones, emerald and jade hues, and many more. We’re going to be diving into these patterns and breaking them down. If you desire any of these traditional florals, click on the swatch or color way to gain more information or get your order started.
The newest addition to Brunschwig And Fils Fabric is the Cevennes collection. Using traditional and vintage styles, Brunschwig has updated them with modern colorways, and present day flare. Inside the collection you’ll find a vivid mix of oriental inspiration, animal prints, damask motifs, and classic florals. For those looking for high luster and texture, there is also velvet options in a wide range of colors.
Explore Flora, a Floral Showcase from Grey Watkins
Grey Watkins, one of the iconic labels under Scalamandre Fabric, has released their newest array of multi-use fabrics. The Flora collection is filled with subtle floral inspirations into classic patterns that have a wide variety of versatility. Vivid meadow and spring time field tinted tones with a mixture of the calming blue sky are large color inspirations for the collection, including the hues of the blooms that inhabit those fields. Let’s dive into the patterns, if any of these textiles intrigue you, simply click on the room shot, or the swatch for more information.
The newest addition to Schumacher Fabric is a richly cultured collection filled with deep inspiration from Moroccan color schemes and history. Using a wide range of clay like earth tones, deep reds, sultry navy blues, and some monochromatic takes. The motifs within the fabrics include a diverse array of stripes, paisley/damasks, and heathered subtle textures. We’re going to be dissecting each pattern within this smaller collection, you can click on the swatch or color way if you want to learn more about that fabric or pattern. Let’s dive in.
Cole and Son Wallpaper‘s new collection full of gorgeous florals and scenic foliage has swept us off our feet.These modern portrayal of classic floral and foliage inspired styles is refreshing and fun. This collection includes wallpaper and by the panel styles that can transform the walls of your home into natures idyllic paradise. You’ll notice a mixture of different inspirations and concepts. Let’s dive right in.
The newest addition of multi-purpose textile from Ralph Lauren Fabric is inspired by the lush Canyons of Sonoma Valley located in California. Within this collection you’ll find a wide variety of rich and robust earth tones inspired by the land and hills that encompass this gorgeous area. A wide collection of damasks, stripes, and rich and intricate paisleys that are excellent for upholstery will be found within as well. We’re going to dissect all the new patterns, possible use, and showcase some room shots highlighting this rustic new collection.
Finding outdoor fabric with a sense of charm and style can be difficult. However, with newest outdoor collection from Designers Guild Fabric, they make it seamless and easy. DG has taken some of their most iconic fabric prints and styles from their massive textile archive and recreated them for optimal outdoor use. This means stain resistance, water and heat resistance, and easy to clean yet high in style and comfort. Borrowing from some of their signature archival prints, this outdoor oriented showcase is a solid choice for multi-purpose fabrics. Let’s dive in.
Patterns within Palme Botanique Outdoor collection:
The newest collection from Kravet Fabric contains a beautiful showcase of traditional styles in a modern and updated color scheme as well as reimagined traditional patterns. Using an array of soft rose tones, cool faded navy hues, and fresh olive tints, Kravet has managed to create lasting designs with playful paisleys, light hearted checkered plaids, and minimal prints with floral inspirations. We’re going to dissect all the new designs, if you’re interested in any of these fabrics, simply click on the swatch or give us a call. We can help you out. Let’s dive in!
Scalamandre Fabric presents the latest textile showcase: the Calabria Collection. This collection is filled with a wide array of luxurious textile fabrics inspired by rich Italian heritage. The original company founder Franco Scalamandre came from Calabria, a region of Italy located in the southern reaches. It is still well known for its rich in history and ancient settlements of castles and monasteries, as well as it’s lush landscape. Celebrating Scalamandre Fabric’s 90th anniversary, the collection directly derives from Franco’s past and his homeland borrowing from the area’s history of original design and natural beauty.
The entire collection is selection of curated wovens and classic statement prints celebrating the spirit of the brand in modern updated color schemes. These classic archival patterns and classic textile techniques are redesigned for today’s standard of modern interiors. The luxurious and couture inspired color schemes give reimagined life to the classic techniques of weaving they were originally produced in.
Osborne and Little wallpaper brings you a freshly contemporary collection of botanical and floral inspired prints. All of these are available on non-woven easy to hang base apart from the one style ‘Grove Garden’ which is printed on a traditional paper base. This bunch of wallcoverings includes some gorgeously detailed large scale digital printed styles, and other meticulously smaller scale detailed prints. If you’re a fan of leaves and foliage upon the walls, you’ll find something you love in this modern in styling collection.
This is a prior collection from Cole and Son, the Fornasetti wallpapers is a brilliantly imaginative and expressive wallcovering collection consisting of many scenic views into the dream scape of Fornasetti. From soft and beautiful rolling view of cumulus clouds dripping in comforting gray, walls of ancient texts of fact and fiction, mystical forests with dangling treasure keys, this collection is sure to make your mind marvel at the creativity behind its work. This truly inspired collection features a wide range of color palettes suited for just about any taste which vibrant and colorful patterns mixed between the dark and sophisticated. Lets dive in.
The latest addition to Brunschwig and Fils Wallpaper collections is Volume 57. The variety of patterns found within Volume 57 include inspiration from many sections of the globe. There are strong Asian and Moroccan influences in many of the styles, as well as patterns that seem to combine cultures to create works of art. In the traditional Brunschwig & Fils style, you will find vibrant and expressive color ways that aren’t shy. Animal print, exotic florals, and wordly motifs will excite and invite you to change up your own walls. Let’s dive into the patterns.
Sultry Stripes & Enigmatic textures, patterns, and graphic shapes
Designers Guild Fabric has outdone themselves with this truly inspiring collection inspired by designs oriented from the Far East. A timeless weave collection of destination velvet textures in seven inimitable designs. Discover a reinvention of contemporary and stylish graphic pattern with unrivalled versatility. From striking Varese inspired stripes, hexagons, block patterns and shapes, there is a velvet to suit any occasion in this wonderful collection. The extensive selection of varying shades of moss, emerald, and forest green capture nature’s beauty within this decadent collection of pile fabrics. This collection cherishes the true Eastern beauty in this complex style of weaving to incorporate sophisticated texture and lasting detail that will catch any individual’s eye.
The most recent addition to Ralph Lauren Wallpaper is the Century Club Textures collection. This sophisticated wallcovering showcase includes a stunning array of deep refined color ways that give off a truly luxurious aura. The title Century Club comes from the idea that these wallcovering have the level of class to surround the walls in a classy lounge. You’ll find a large variety of sensually textured papers to create that depth and cultivated look. Let’s dive into the patterns.
This new versatile collection from Designers Guild Wallpaper features frescoed, geometric, marble, and floral wallpaper that strive for a modern take on the epitome of glamour in Venice during the 16th century. This showcase features a wide array of subtle textures, photo realistic depiction of florals, and assorted geometric minimal patterns. The color scheme is very soft spoken and water colour-esque. There’s a timeless beauty found within designs incorporating marble and soft blush tones that holds a majestic energy to it. Now lets dive into the patterns.
This new addition to Cole and Son Wallpaper is in collaboration with Ardmore Ceramic Art. This collection celebrates art and culture found within African tradition. You’ll find many motifs native to wildlife found within the Sahara from monkeys, rhinos, to striding leopards and more. Exploring the exotic plant life and greenery found within the Northern region of Africa, this collection truly draws its roots from sprawling natural energy in it’s attempts to capture that essence for your home. Join us as we dive in and dissect the patterns found within this truly inspired showcase.
Clarence House Fabrics brings you a new imported collection from Italy. The Etro collection truly captures the rich history of Italian textiles while keeping a strong grasp of today’s design trends and the current mood found within interior design. Inside this showcase you will find rich and vibrant paisleys, checks, and floral inspired patterns. Using a wide array of red tones mixed with under-spoken emerald notes, the beauty of Italia’s countryside is captured in this rich textile multitude. Let’s dive in.
The newest addition to Kravet Fabric, the Sue Firestone Malibu collection offers a wide variety of neutral toned fabrics. The colors range from cream, beige, to light blues and faded navy. While at first sight, these fabrics might seem simple, the beauty is all within the texture and the details. Sophistication enveloped in minimal design is the strong point of the variety. From stippled dots, intricate line work, textures that create depth, this cream blended collection is full of options for any given design project or space.
Robert Allen fabric has released a new collection of fabrics known as ‘Modern Salon’. The collection is full of earth and aquatic tones with rich history inspired designs and motifs. The collection may be called Modern Salon, but these patterns and printed fabrics are extremely versatile and can be used to bring the calming and relaxation aura of a resort spa getaway into your business, or your home. We’re going to be breaking down the fabrics of this collection step by step, you can easily click any of the swatches or images to learn more specific information like fabric content and pricing. Lets dive in!
Osborne and Little Wallpaper have teamed up with Matthew Williamson to bring you: The Deya Wallpapers. This collection is named after a village located deep within the hilly plains of the Balearic island located within Mallorca. Matthew Williamson has a property there where he spends months out of each year. The lush tropical and vibrant surroundings created the inspiration for this collection. You’ll love the Mediterranean colouring and mood, printed on the non-woven easy to hang base. In this collection you’ll see Williamson’s personal view into this tropical paradise through these gorgeous wallcoverings.
Designer, artist, and New York Times bestselling author, Justina Blakeney is a firm believer that it is creativity, not wealth, that is the essential key to creating a stunning interior. Her new Bohemian vibe has come forth through her upbringing being multicultural and a part of Berkley, California. Coming from a multicultural home, the convergence of cultures during her childhood made mixing things up and blending design inspirations natural for her. Specifically home décor, she believes the practice of decorating is about feeling open and free, getting a bit wild, and having fun.
Justina’s combination of love for her family, boho-chic lifestyle, and the wilderness is paired with Fabricut Fabrics performance line ‘Inside Out’, and the result is a collection that is full of soul, and free-spirited, eco-friendly, and creates a soothing relaxation vibe in the home.
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